CARI’s Campaign for extra funding to meet the needs of children on waiting lists. More
CARI is dependent on State funding from the HSE and other statutory agencies
and on voluntary contributions raised through community and corporate fundraising. More.
Child sexual abuse occurs when an adult uses his or her power and authority to force or persuade a child to take part in sexual activities for his/her gratification or sexual arousal, or for that of others. More
The CARI Helpline (Lo Call 1890 92 4567), a specialised NATIONAL service is the overarching resource provided by CARI and often the first point of contact for those concerned about or affected by child sexual abuse. The CARI Helpline has responded to approximately 1,300 calls per year since 2006. Full details.
CARI provides support and advocacy to children (and their parents, carers or guardians) who have to go to court to testify as to their own sexual abuse or to sexual abuse or another crime they may have witnessed. Full details.
Would you like to volunteer? Our CASS department are looking to recruit Forensic Accompaniment Officers in Dublin and in Galway.
CARI depends on voluntary contributions to maintain and grow its services for children affected by child sexual abuse. From running your own cake sale to running an ‘Iron Man’ – your energy, time and fundraising is invaluable to us. Here is how to get involved.